Windows CMD Prompt Should Look Like This

Discussion in 'iPod touch 2G Jailbreak: redsn0w, 24kpwn, etc.' started by HoZy, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. HoZy

    HoZy New Member

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    Hey all, thought I'd throw this up to show you how It should look
    In preparation for Shift+Restore of the custom FW

    Code:
    Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
    (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
    
    C:\Documents and Settings\Mathew>cd C:\iPodHax\rslite
    
    C:\iPodHax\rslite>irecovery.exe
    iRecovery - Recovery Utility
    by wEsTbAeR-- and Tom3q
    
    ./iRecovery [args]
            -f <file>               upload file in DFU, WTF and Recovery modes
            -s                      starts a shell in Recovery mode
    
    
    C:\iPodHax\rslite>irecovery.exe -f ibss211.dfu
    iRecovery - Recovery Utility
    by wEsTbAeR-- and Tom3q
    
    Got USB
    Found iPhone/iPod in DFU/WTF mode
    
    Loaded image file (len: 0x19894, packets: 52, last: 0x94).
    Sending 0x19894 bytes
    Sending 0x800 bytes in packet 0...  OK
    00 32 00 00 05 00
    Sending 0x800 bytes in packet 1...  OK
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    Sending 0x800 bytes in packet 2...  OK
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    Sending 0x94 bytes in packet 51...  OK
    00 32 00 00 05 00
    Successfully uploaded file!
    Executing it...
    00 32 00 00 06 00
    00 FFFFFFB8 0B 00 07 00
    00 32 00 00 08 00
    Closing USB connection...
    
    C:\iPodHax\rslite>irecovery.exe -s arm7_stop
    iRecovery - Recovery Utility
    by wEsTbAeR-- and Tom3q
    
    Got USB
    
    
    =======================================
    ::
    :: iBSS for n72ap, Copyright 2008, Apple Inc.
    ::
    ::      BUILD_TAG: iBoot-385.22
    ::
    ::      BUILD_STYLE: RELEASE
    ::
    ::      USB_SERIAL_NUMBER: CPID:8720 CPRV:10 CPFM:03 SCEP:01 BDID:00 ECID:000003
    A33C046DCF SRNM:[9C840ARV203]
    ::
    =======================================
    
    Entering recovery mode, starting command prompt
    ] (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000000 0xe59f3014
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000004 0xe3a02a02
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000008 0xe1c320b0
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x900000c 0xe3e02000
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000010 0xw2833c9d
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000014 0xe58326c0
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x9000018 0xeafffffe
    (Recovery) iPhone$ mw 0x900001c 0x2200f300
    (Recovery) iPhone$ arm7_go
    (Recovery) iPhone$ #
    (Recovery) iPhone$ arm7_stop

    Cheers
    MaT
  2. TheKKKiller

    TheKKKiller New Member

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    Except for these lines in the CMD:
    Code:
    Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
    (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.
    
    C:\Documents and Settings\Mathew>cd C:\iPodHax\rslite
    
    C:\iPodHax\rslite>irecovery.exe
    
    Everyones will probably look different, but if it's the same, it's still good, except for the "Mathew" part.
  3. HoZy

    HoZy New Member

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    Oh yeah haha, Ofcourse, still gives people a rundown of how it "SHOULD" look with slight adjustments for there dir locations.

    Cheers
    MaT
  4. TheKKKiller

    TheKKKiller New Member

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    Ya, definitely a useful thread for people out their, and it'll be more useful when the vid tut comes out since you can't copy and paste inside vids lmao.
  5. GanawaJ

    GanawaJ New Member

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    So once you put all the Recovery Script then you do what? I got to that and had no idea what i was doing so i closed it
  6. hondarider525

    hondarider525 New Member

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    Hey if the FW fails because i did a step wrong will i have to restore it to working order before trying again?
  7. jadi929

    jadi929 New Member

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    i think this only works on ipod touch and not on iphone, have tried it several times. still stuck in recovery mode

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  8. palyons

    palyons New Member

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    Correct, this was originally intended for the iPod Touch 2G jailbreak, way back when it was still in the experimental testing stages 8 months or so ago. I'm not sure if it works for an iPhone or not, although I'm betting on, not very likely.
  9. DarkWrath

    DarkWrath Active Member

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    Please don't bump old threads with potentially harmful information. rslite does not work for iPhone and is now redundant, just use redsn0w/PwnageTool.

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